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A photo of Lt. George Weston shaving at the camp sinks with Lt. Joe Camelio looking on.

A photo of 2nd Lt. Orvis L. Cason and his crewmates in front of HIP PARADE.

Back row (from left): Pilot Thomas P. Russell II (Hayti, MO), Co-Pilot George Weston (Laketown, UT), Navigator Joseph A. Camelio (Rochester, NY), Bombardier Orvis L.…

A photo of B-24 HEAVENLY BODY taken at Nadzab, New Guinea, most likely in the Fall of 1944.

A photo of Lt. George Weston and Tony Vicra rafting off Owi Island. Airmen often used emergency rafts from unused aircraft to boat or fish in the ocean during their free time.

A photo of Lt. George Weston drawing water from camp well. Residential tents are seen in the background.

A photo of Lt. George Weston at the camp sinks, which were standard issue army helmets manually filled by water from the camp well.

A photo of George McMillan, Andy Devine, and Lt. George Weston at unidentified American camp, most likely in New Guinea.

A photo of 2nd Lt. Orvis L. "Lee" Cason in a typical foxhole. These rudimentary defenses were routinely dug close to residential quarters for easy access in case of a Japanese bombing raid.

Pictured are Andy Devine, 2nd Lt. Orvis L. Cason, and Lt. George Weston at an unidentified American camp, most likely in New Guinea. The tents behind them are residential.

A photo 2nd Lt. Orvis L. Cason and Lt. George Weston of Laketown, UT, co-pilot on Lt. Cason's crew, posing in front of a B-24 displaying the squadron insignia.